16 HP Touring car: $1400
8 HP Tourabout: $750
Low cost of upkeep
The car that keeps repair bills down, not only makes new friends but keeps the old ones. The owner of a Maxwell does not have to live near a repair shop in order to get any use out of his car, nor is he constantly confronted with the possibility of a long walk home. He has an automobile that he can absolutely rely on. The longer he has it, the more he realizes that fact and the more he talks about it to his friends.
Right there is the basis of Maxwell popularity.
The Maxwell cards have no pump (thermo-siphon). Their double opposed motor is in front under the hood and easily accessible in every part. They have bevel gear drive. Metal bodies. Transmission case and crank case in one aluminum casting. Perfectly simple, simply perfect.
Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Co., Tarrytown, New York
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Publication: Pearson's Advertiser
Publication date: August 1905